Outfit | Textures

27. February 2014

schaffe-451 schaffe-527 schaffe-565 schaffe-592 schaffe-468 schaffe-617 Wearing: Céline Shadow Sunglasses Via SmartBuyGlasses, Isabel Marant Lazio Boots(another great pair here on sale), Zara Skirt (shop similar here, here, here, here, and here), & Other Stories Angora Sweater(get similar ones here, here, and here), and a Proenza Schouler Bag


It seems that this year Mother Nature decided that we should skip winter and go from fall straight to spring, because temperatures, at least over here in South Germany, have been ranging from 10°C up to 15°C, hence the bare legs.

Like I have said before, all-black ensembles don’t have to look monotonous as long as you mix in different fabrics and textures, so this time I combined a biker leather skirt that I scored at Zara and reminds me of Saint Laurent’s, an angora sweater, and my beloved pony hair boots. I played a bit with lengths and silhouettes by adding a long coat to keep me warm. So who says all-black has to be boring?


Es scheint so, als ob Mutter Natur dieses Jahr sich dazu entschieden hätte, dass wir Winter überspringen und dass wir von Herbst direkt zur Frühling kommen. Zumindest sind die Temperaturen hier in Bayern relativ hoch und deswegen seht ihr, dass ich einen Rock trage.

Wie ich schon erwähnt habe, müssen ganz schwarze Outfits nicht unbedingt monoton und langweilig sein, solang man verschiedene Texturen und Materialien mischt. Deshalb habe ich meinen neuen Biker-Rock aus Kunstleder mit einem Angora-Pulli und meinen Fell-Stiefel kombiniert. Außerdem habe ich mit den Längen und Silhouetten gespielt, indem ich einen langen Mantel trage, der mich gleichzeitig warm hält. Wer sagt, dass ganz schwarze Outfits langweilig sein müssen?


Al parecer la Pachamama ha decidido que esta vez nos saltaramos invierno y que de otoño pasaramos directamente a primavera, ya que, al menos aquí al Sur de Alemania hemos tenido temperaturasa variando de 10°C a 15°C, lo cual justifica la falda.

Como lo he dicho antes, pienso que los conjuntos totalmente negros no tienen porqué ser monótonos, siempre y cuando se mezclen diferentes texturas y materiales, por eso esta vez he combinado una falda de imitación de piel que me recuerda al estilo de un modelo de Saint Laurent Paris, un jersey de angora, y botas de pelo. Además de haber mezclado estas distintas texturas, he también jugado con los largos de las piezas y las siluetas agregando un abrigo largo para mantenerme abrigada. ¿Quién dice que los conjuntos en negro tienen que ser aburridos?


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16 responses to “Outfit | Textures”

  1. The Fashion Panda says:

    I am in love with this look ! Love everything you are wearing !! 🙂


  2. Chrissabella says:

    Tolles Blog design und sehr cooles outfit, der Rock und die Stiefel sind echt der Hammer!

    Gruss aus London,


  3. STYLONYM says:

    Gorgeous outfit, not boring at all! Love your sweater 🙂
    X STYLONYM http://www.stylonym.blogspot.com

  4. Woooooaaaaah babe! I freaking love this outfit! Love those shoes sooooo much!



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  5. Theresa says:

    How awesome does that skirt look on you?! Love it. I agree with what you said about all black not having to be boring and this look is a perfect example of that. Chic, sexy, and a total hit all at the same time!


  6. Motilayo says:

    Love it, that skirt is amazing!

    Much Love, M

  7. Sacha says:

    This skirt caught my eye a few days ago while visiting the eshop.It suits you perfectly. I love the knit too.

  8. Kimberly Ann says:

    Love this look! That skirt is so cute!


  9. ania says:

    Wow!! You look fantastic <333333333

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